DIET & NUTRITION:Body Fat Percentage Calculator
Celebrity Diet Plans
Practical 'Weight-loss' Tips
The Santa Claus Diet
EXERCISE & TRAINING:ABCs of Building Muscle
Basic Weightlifting Tips
How to develop a beer belly!
How to develop a six-pack!
Training Plans for Running Events
PERSONAL STORIES & ENCOURAGEMENT:Confessions of an Ectomorph!*
Reverse the Signs of Aging*
Should Men Shave Their Chest?
* Articles marked with an asterisk are still in process.
Use our Body-Fat Calculator in Your Program, or to Promote Your Web-site.
The following URLs are pointing to this web-site:
seven meals a day .com
sports fitness tips .com
7 meals a day .com
eight meals a day .com
8 meals a day .com
nine meals a day .com
9 meals a day .com
eat every two hours .com
eat every 2 hours .com
eat every 3 hours .com
eat every three hours .com
Body-Fat Percentage Calculator
Use this tool free online, or click here to add it to your web-site:
We can provide HTML code for an Iframe, or send you the entire program as a permanent license.
Does Your Company Need a Wellness Program?We can set up a Corporate Wellness Program that will lower your Health costs and almost guarantee your employees' success.
Our wellness program can include the following features and much more!
Keep track of your employees goals, progress, and earned awards. We can help ensure that fitness records are securely stored online,
and in compliance with HIPPA. Employees can receive customized text messages to help them stay
on track with diet and fitness objectives. We'll use the body-fat % calculator so results can be measured
objectively, quickly, and accurately.
Contact us at your earliest convenience to set up a wellness program, or make our tool part of your web-site.
Why use the Body-fat Percentage Calculator Instead of Body-Weight or BMI?If you use BMI or body-weight, you'll discourage new participants (clients):
If they are using strength training is part of their fitness routine, they will likely gain weight in the first 2 months, especially beginners.
Their muscles will volumize (retain water),
they will quickly grow in strength and size, and
the client will lose some fat around their middle.
5 to 10 lbs of water volumization in the newly used muscles. 5 to 10 lbs of actual muscle growth. 5 to 10 lbs of fat loss.A net gain of 5 to 15 lbs will be very discouraging if you measure results using BMI or a simple scale. People often quit after the first few weeks of a training program.
In the example above, the client made fantastic progress! and they should be given objective evidence of that success.
Our body-fat percentage calculator will help you turn them into a life-long fitness fanatic!
Again; if you're using the scale, or BMI, you could discourage them from ever coming to the gym again.
If your welness program focuses on simple and effective training principles, and if you use our assessment tools, you can change the world! At the very least, you can reduce your company's Health Insurance costs.
We wish you every success as you work to achieve your business goals!
"Never give up! Never give up! Never, ever give up!"